Martin Siegele

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Larval zebrafish (Danio rerio) of two different age classes ("swim-up" larvae, 9 days old; "free-swimming" larvae, 21 days old) were exposed to either an endurance/continuous training or interval training. Control animals were kept in stagnant water. A comparison of cardiac activity of trained (either endurance or interval) and untrained animals at the end(More)
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